A violent attack by Hakimi and a hand signal against Infantino .. “FIFA refuses to film the scenes of the anger of the “Atlas Lions” star (photos and video)
The star of the Moroccan national team, Ashraf Hakimi, expressed his anger at the decisions of the Qatari referee, Abdul Rahman Al Jassim, in the “Atlas Lions” match against Croatia, which ended with the latter’s victory 2-1 and his third place in the 2022 World Cup.
And the Spanish newspaper Marca reported that after the end of the match, Hakimi went and spoke with great anger to the Qatari referee, stressing Morocco's right to a penalty kick.
On the other hand, she referred to the scenes of the Moroccan star’s meeting with the President of the International Football Association, Gianni Infantino, indicating that Ashraf Hakimi attacked the “FIFA” president with violent words, and said: “This is the second match in a row in which you make unjust decisions against us .. I do not know what you want.” And you, what's wrong with you?"
She revealed that FIFA officials prevented the media from filming the scenes of the "Atlas Lions" star's anger due to the embarrassing situation in which the FIFA president was.
On the other hand, tweeters circulated on the social networking site "Twitter" a picture of Hakimi after the end of the match against Croatia, clasping his hands, referring to the situation of obstacles against the Moroccan national team in continuing its wonderful results achieved in the tournament and stopping his career by finishing in fourth place.
Hakimi apologized in statements to Moroccan media to Infantino, stressing that he did not intend to offend him, stressing that he had a strong friendship with the president of the International Federation of Football Associations.
Achraf Hakimi : 🎙 "Nothing happened. I was angry after the confrontation. I went to talk to him (Gianni Infantino) . I apologize for the words I addressed to him. Infantino is my friend and I respect him a lot, and nothing happened .”
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